Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: May 15, 6:01 am)
Business owners and operators, government officials and representatives of local organizations gathered May 8 to discuss the future of the Lebanon Main Street program.
Last week’s meeting at the David R. Hourigan Building started that conversation, but questions remain about whether the local program will continue its affiliation with the Kentucky Main Street Program (through the Kentucky Heritage Council) and what it will look like if it does continue.
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